Continuus Pharmaceuticals Partners with FDA and BARDA

| December 21, 2016

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Continuus Pharmaceuticals was recently awarded a $4.4-million contract by FDA and the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA). The purpose of this collaborative work, entitled “Advancement of Integrated Continuous Manufacturing (ICM) Unit Operations,” is to develop a science- and risk-based approach on how drug quality can be monitored and improved through integrated continuous manufacturing. The Continuus team will develop a fully automated, end-to-end, integrated continuous pilot plant that will be used to test relevant regulatory principles, including real-time release and traceability

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